Monthly Archives: September 2015

Swallows and mosquitoes

On the last night of the marine week Alison and I heard that there was going to be some bird ringing out at the Ilon Marsh which is a lake and wetland complex near to the A Rocha centre at … Continue reading

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The Marine week: islands and beaches

If you read last week’s blog you know that we’ve just had a marine week, with Chris taking four marine biologists along the Mediterranean coast to see what possibilities there are for an A Rocha involvement in this part of … Continue reading

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The Marine Week : Côte d’Azur

The last six days have been almost completely dominated by the long-planned ‘Marine Week’, a detailed and serious look at the conservation issues and research possibilities posed by the Mediterranean in our part of the world.  But before we talk … Continue reading

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Clichés

It seems that whenever a newspaper wants to generate a popular article for its tourist pages it sends one of its reporters down to Provence to write something. One gathers that there are no shortages of volunteers for such missions. … Continue reading

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